Thursday, October 27, 2011

SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Fireteam Bravo 3 Review and download links.

SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Fireteam Bravo 3 Review and download links.

you'll play as Wraith, a SEAL squad leader who just put together a four-man squad for an ultra hush-hush mission. Seems a U.S. operative is behind Soviet lines and everyone the government sends to check in with the mole never reports back. So, the SEALs are going in on their own to get to the bottom of the conundrum. What Fireteam Bravo 3 does that the other SOCOM games didn't is put the focus on action and the responsibility on your shoulders. The guys are on a black-ops mission -- there's no HQ chirping in their ears, no fancy intelligence using 3D, and no rescue boat right around the corner. Before every mission, Wraith and company pour over a worn map and some black and white photos to plan their attack. When things go wrong on the inside -- like a squadmate becoming a hostage -- the SEALs react on their own and formulate a plan.

Blap-blap! Blap-blap!Most importantly, you get to pick how you and your squad tackle each situation.
Yes, SOCOM excels at putting you in Wraith's shoes. You can tell the team to hold position and then run ahead to stealth kill the patrolling guards or send the team ahead of you and tell them to fire at will so the path will be cleared. You can have them kick open doors and toss flash bangs or kick in the door and just shoot everyone. This feels like it's your team. These guys are taking orders from no one but you, and it's a hell of a feeling when you get the system down and see the squad function like a well-oiled machine.
Mastering the command system isn't hard thanks to a simplified PSP control scheme. Holding Circle brings up the menu where you can give orders to able team, bravo team, or the entire fireteam. When you're in the thick of it, tapping Circle will dispatch the AI members of your team to wherever you're pointing your gun. If you're wondering how controlling your character in general works -- something that's always been a sticking point for PSP third-person shooters -- SOCOM has a scheme few have implemented. The nub move your character around the screen, the right trigger locks on, the left trigger strafes, and X shoots. On the fly, there's no easy way to precisely aim -- you'd have to tap up on the D-Pad to get the option and then use the nub to pick your target. After having played so many third-person games on Sony's handheld that made the D-Pad the camera, it was a bit odd to get used to having no control over anything but the left/right orientation (without tapping up, that is), but once I got strafing down, I found myself zipping around and eliminating bogies with ease.
And if there's one thing Fireteam Bravo 3 gets right, it's making you feel like a badass. When I played this game, I felt like my team could topple any foe put in front of them. I'd kick open doors, blow away the rebel in front of me, and the team would begin wiping the rest of the opposition off the face of the earth. There's something rewarding about laying down behind some cover and slowly thinning out the forces of a resistance movement hell bent on killing you.
Another one for the fire. Another one for the fire.Now, as great as that badass feeling and the ease of commanding your squad are, you need to be a bit careful. One of my complaints with SOCOM is that even with the difficulty cranked to the highest setting (Admiral), the game is pretty easy. I mean, you're a super-trained SEAL squad running against a bunch of rebels and such – you should be the better men – but it still feels like you can be half awake through most of this game. If you fall behind on giving your crew orders, they'll just walk in and decimate the opposition before you can even get a shot off. The game almost encourages you to let the other SEALs do the dirty work. If one of them goes down, it's a simple button press to revive them, but if you go down, the mission's over. With that in mind, it makes the most sense to just march your boys into the fray and let them get the numbers down to a manageable size – hell, they can't die… well they can, but it's really hard for them to.
Is this a colossal deal? Not really, because SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Fireteam Bravo 3 is designed for multiplayer so that you and three of your friends can form up and take the fight to the bad guys via ad-hoc or infrastructure co-op. Here – where you can't rely on healable AI partners – the difficulty makes a bit more sense. It's easier for a team of individuals to get overwhelmed due to varying talent levels, but eventually, when everyone's awesome, you'll just roll the competition again. Still, co-op is the way to go. It's fun to have a team of friends working through the game's nine-mission campaign or tackling one of the customized missions.

File ISO: 1.7 GB
Lenguage: MULTI 13
Tested: 5.50 GEN-D3

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